This plant has a mild fragrance
Spike Spurflower Overview
A small shrub (up to 700mm tall) with many branches standing upright. Flowering in Autumn with a strong smell of camphor. Naturally occurring on rock outcrops in the Eastern Cape (South Africa) and extending up North beyond Mpumalanga. Found in both full sun to light shade. It is a great succulent for pot plants or rockeries.
Common problems with Spike Spurflower
How to propagate Spike Spurflower
Take 5-10cm cuttings, remove leaves from bottom halve and plant in a sandy soil mixture.
Seed wil germinate in 21- 28 days.
Special features of Spike Spurflower
Other uses of Spike Spurflower
A great succulent for pot plants or rockeries.